Andrew was as a member of the LINK Board for over eight years, and contributed to the changing the funding model and encouraging the membership to support it. He represented Woodland Trust Scotland for more than 18 years and over that time contributed to the agriculture, fundraising, access, land reform, woodland, planning, deer and economics task forces. He was a keen supporter of the need for LINK to get involved in the economics debate, and was amongst key contributors to the early Economics Forum and the start of the Flourishing Scotland Project in 2013. Leaving WTS in 2014, Andrew now runs his own business testing new buildings for energy efficiency.
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